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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J8 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAID Wodnoidoy, Moy 10, 1777 Buckwheat concert 4one of best ever'' linve a way nf irealinc n for inci'y r-onti they sing, and drauiny the crowd into each nut1. i Buckwheat is a MTV versatile' group thai is jiLsl as impres-: sive in good-time boogies (w in Jlcrald Staff Tlie fjrc.'il number of people who didn't make it to Iho Buck- uhiMl conccri last rrnlly missed .something. Tt.u poorly ;s tic ruled concert vas one of the be.st ever lo Lclhbndge, and the croud lhaf lucre loved (hem. The nmsirinn.ship and talent I Campbell gave In Ihu fluckwlicol group arc I iorprctntiuu of really something rare. They pica for peace, one of the hi have a unique togetherness in (fu-ir sound and a strong, pun: driving rhythm. Their presentation could only be called professional. The five TJic Mnifific.'l (Jiititf nboul the R r o u p is Uie uny it can stand on si ape and make you feel what it u'lm-h is a Jot. II ;i fine and memorable performance. Valdy, Die lend-in performer Centre may stay dosed rot'k, ;intj c'inolional bul-1 did exactly what ho was sup- Simple of Free- j posed lo warm- dom. cd up Ilir mnvd. Ho i.s u pure Lead female vocalist Debbie and .simple coimlry .siiifier who beautiful m- does a lot of fine pillar work. Bob Darius) V.'ilriy is able lo make every SOUR he sings very personally his own. His SOME! Country Man. life ''flown on Iho farm" was obviously bis own life, and hr lakes there with him. The song's he1 didn't write himself notliinp and often gained a lot through his inter- pret avion. points of llic evening. Another high NILS dine a different sound, w a s Iho group's unusual and impressive arrangement cf Eleanor Ritfby, The Lsong becomes a journey into sound, with an indescrib- able created by Dub Campbell on the electric violin. I Organist and lead male sins-' er Bncky Smotberman was! another performer whoso work shone. He has a pure natural sound and a strong feeling lor his music. Rainmaker was something that bad lo be beard to be be- lieved, and the crowd was duly appreciative of the fine music he offered It a great concert. The Lrlbbridgc Friendship Centre may stay closed until the Friendship Society of South- ern Alberta receives some op- erating funds. A cily council decision not to provide a operating [zrant until it receives a detail- ed report of how the money will be spent virtually forces the continued closure of the cenlre. Council has indicated that money will come in the form of: Farm Sunday. a repayable loan instead of a j other guests at thc opening grant. j be Lethbridge Mayor Andy Anderson, chamber of com- merce and tourist association representatives, as well as Ire open during the summer. county reeves and mayors of The recently re-organized villages and towns surrounding Calgary society was given a' council grant of 53.000 last De- cember. Calgary city council Tuesday provided that city's centre with a grant to keep its cen- Stewart's Game Farm to be opened by Allan W arrack Dr. Allan provincial; moose, bears and baboons, to Innds and forests minister, and j buffalo, wolves and coyotes, his family will officiate at the There are also 55 birds, mostly opening of the Stewart Game native to North America. Dr. C. D. Stewart established the game farm a year ago. ir purchasing the Okanagaii Zoo. FANCY, FACTUAL PHOTO Continually more sophisti- cated techniques are being employed by crime labs to help gather informal ion concerning the commission of crimes, In this picture, a print of the base of two different sholgun shells was made. The negatives of lHe pictures were reversed so the inset printing on the base of each shell appears to be raised. The fine lines which form con- The Alberta Friendship Cen- The official opening means; open house, everyone is invited Rapeseed quota violation case gets hot Ires' crisis was precipitated by to attend the ceremony at 21 provincial delays in providing the federal-provincial operating1 grant. and then tour the to sec the animals and birds. liy RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer The Alberta attorney-general However, the Lethbridge cen-' caled one-half mile south of Ire's teen organization will use'. LcUibridgo on Highway 4. now the facility to conduct a work-: has a population of 151 animals, shop over the weekend. 'They range from deer, elk, Tlie game farm, which is lo- i lias intervened for a stay of proceedings in court cases in- volving four Alberta farmers this limiting quoin sys- tem is preventing adequate supplies from reaching Leth- bridge. This could be a factor which would keep WCSP from operating at peak efficiency. The local plant shut down md the Canadian wheat board 1 all of which feel thc quota is operations once last month to I assigned acreage quota for i rapeseed. The wheat board has drawn flak from the Alberta govern- ment, Western Canadian Seed Processors Ltd. in Lethbridge and several contract holders. RESTYLING RELINING REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING restrictive. make some line changes in The crux of the problem for equipment but had it not made Touri gets lly TIL'DY IIAIT.HNKDF.P. Herald Staff Writer When you're hungry a piece of bread is a good thing. And Liberia's tourist zones liave been .starving lo death for years, says Frank Smith executive vice president of tlie Travel and Convention As- socialion of Southern Alberta. He was commenting on Tour- Ism Minister Bob Dowling's an- nouncement that the provincial grant to this tourist zone for the year April 1972 lo March 1973 wi'.l lie up from last year. However, the menu Is getting better all the time, Mr. Smith sold, nosing that tlie increase ivas double last year's grant. Under an existing grant formula, this OTIC was eligible for said Mr. Smith. Alberta's new tourism direc lor Don Hayes, has said the existing formula structure will be looked at. Mr. Smith said, serious in- equities have resulted from the existing structure. Some tour- ist zones receive as liltle as a 20 cents per dollar spent gram equivalent from the province, while oilier areas received 100 per cent. Because public money Is be- ing dealtli with, a common formula bas to be devised from which both large and small tourist zones receive fair shares, he said. The government "must zero in all particular programs that might be common to all zones and support them." Wlnle the new provincial government is realizing the c-cciiomlc iinya-1 of tounsm, it still has a long way to go to support it, Mr. Smith said. Tourism in Alberta is treat- ed in much the same way as a no capital return supported what we are aren't used, tlie CWB shouldn't I program instead ol the money said. have a say in the movement of maker that it is. centric circles were rrrade when the blast of the shell being fired rammed 1he base against 1he bolt of the'gun in question. The circles matched up showing both shells were fired in the same gun. This and other techniques are being studied by 26 fish and wildlife officers current- ly attending a week-long seminar at tethbridge Com- munity College. Alberta Grain Commission by Agricul lure Minister Hugh Horner WES done, to take agros-sive measures lo develop markets and increase 1'arm i n-comes. The action of the wheat, board to promoic quolas lo Ihc plant from all growing areas. U doesn't use railways or grain elevators which could mean hampering the facilities and limiting the exporting power of Canada for other grains. Tlie province feels because these facilities rapeseed negates trying to lie s; action is a cut back on the rapeseed. Alberta farmers and WCSP is i the move at the time, it would the restriction on the move-lliavs had lo shut down because Alberta farmers to sell pro- ment of rapcseed from farm to of lack of raw rapeseed. j ducts. crusher. The rapeseed lias been Under the new system, the contracted for a specific use in has required that farmers Lelhbridgc, it is on the farms, rspcseed must as- lle said when tlie qnola pcr- I mit books w ere picked up and but because of quotas restrict- ing the amount a farmer can haul, most remains on the farm. Because WCSP is larger than the other three crushers in Western Canada c o m hined. (Agra Industries in ftipawin, Sask.; the S a s k a t chewan Wheat Pool, vegetable division, Saskatoon; and Allona Vegela- I ble Oil Co-op in Altona. Mani- Announcing the Sewing Surprise o! the Season! Your warm weather wardrobe slarls with Singers NEWESTFASHIDNMATE' Sewing Machine' And just look what that LOW PRICE includes! Singer Exclusive Front Drop-In Bobbin Singer Exclusive One-Way Nocrtlc Insertion Zig-Zag and Straight Stitch Sewing Three Nec-dlc Positions Soil Pastel Grcon Complete! a "Go-Anywhere" carrying case NOW...n Sensational Special in Limiloil (Jnantilics Complete wilh handsnme Sherbrooke Cabinet! You II v.nnrlor how you nvnr goi nlonq Ihosfi TOUCH A SEW" Icaturra. .Sinrjor Exc'usivn Touch f. Sow Bobbin Singer Slant Noodle Sliolch Shiches lor Zig-Zag and Strcngiil Easy Dial Twin Ner.'dle Liqhlwoirihl Aluminum Conslruclion Huny ID yoiu local oinqor Center lo.'iav' BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE sign a number of acres to that grain, enter that number in their quota books and then haul only that limited of bushels as set by the hoard to Uie crusher. if a farmer has a contract to grow 100 acres of rapcsecd for WCSP, he lias a choice of how many acres he will actually as- sign to rapeseed. If he assigns 101) acres in his quota book, he is allowed to haul only the number of bushels per acre that tlie CWB allows. If this is not enough for a full trunk load, the farmer can eith- er haul half full or run the risk of over hauling his quota. If the latter is the case, the WB can actually, take his quota book away for H days j and take him to court. Tlie CWB now has taken '1.300 to quota permit hooks from farmers with con- tracts with WCSP and thc four cases are the first lo begin summons given lo the four farmers. Dr. Horner asked At- torney General Merv Lcitch lo look at the constitutionality of the CWB move. The province feels that the quota action by (he w heat board is federal inlerference in a purely Alberta manufactured product. Hapeseed used by WCSP Is "There is no good reason at all why the CWB should re- quire a quota on rapeseed sent lo crushing said Mr. Cbannon. A request from WCSP to the wheat board for either a drop- ping of the quota system for rapcseed hauled to domestic crushers or, at least, an in- crease in Uie quota to ensure adequate supplier of ran- ma- "We're whisphering at a lime we should be roaring" to tap Ihc lourisl markets, he said, pointing lo British Columbia, where that government spent 53.5 million promoting tourism last year. Alberta spent slightly over the same year. terial has been by the board. flatly denied COMPUTATION COST The Letlibridge Collegiate In- stitute will spend on com- puter services during Uie com- ing school year. i court proceedings. WCSP had 2.400 position announce on aging here o1 The provincial government's position on aging will he one of the featured speeches at Thurs- day's banquet of Iho Alberta Thursday. university. Workshops will be j panel discussion on "re-creation held in a'djacent rooms. i for senior citizens" dealing with The banquet starts at 6 p.m.! t h i n g s to do. arts, crafts, chief minister of the department of health and social development, Schonfield of the University of Calgary, who is internationally UUM- nan rnnlnrt tlclivcr tlre aclclrcss recognized in the field of geron- holders last" unde? h Vmlun' fioof j contract agreed to lake 201 He will speak, on the U.S. I per contracted acre. As j has been tlie case for all past ing its annual meeting and ivorksimp in Lclhbridge Tburs For the ILrst time in its six: Workshops will deal with: i community planning for senior inn persons I Hie role of the church; years, WCSP will also buy all oicr contracted production, or at least has agreed to give it j day and Friday" first choice. i estimated John Channon, Alberta nrain from throughout Alberta centres; home services; commissioner, is very upset j from KasTern Canada arc ilrL' retirement education; in- wia th-3 action of the CWB in scheduled to attend, setting quotas lor rapeseed I Erails slarl Thursday si II) hauled to domestic crushing a.m. General sessions 'will h'j held in the main lecture tlu-- Ho said the formation of the atro on thc main floor of Ihe i camping and others. sity a large display of paint- ings, avis and crafts by local senior citizens, artists and craftsmen. Following Thureday's bin- quet there will be open house at the Golden Mils Drop-In Centre in Southminster United Church. formation sen-ices; senior citi i zens as voluiileers. Carrying along with this year's theme of mentals of aginj the (unda will be a Dr. David Suzuki leads the trol pills ,51 prime o.v.-implcs. guest line-up for Uie 17th an-, University School of Mniicinc; iiual meeting of the Genetics i Dr. G. I.. Stehbins. of Ihc Socicty of Canada at the Uni- vcraly "f C.ilifirni.i depart- versity of Ixithbridge June 21 ment. of gcnelics; Dr. li. C. to 23. King of Northwestern Univci-- Acknowledged as one of thc sily in Kvjinslon, 111.; Dr. D. K. most brilliant Canadian gene-! Comings of Hope National Mod- Oilier lecturers at 'he mwt- ing will include Dr. David: Schlcssinger, of the Washington PHONE THE CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE FOR STUDENTS For llie extra summer help you need to replace em- ployeet on vacation for odd jobi around your home hundredi of ilu- dents now [jvailable for work Jus) call. 328-8164 tics teachers and research sci- 1 enlists, Dr. Suzuki, .11, is a I Vancouver born gcnclicist now of working nt the University KHIi.sb Columbia. Or. Suzuki was an assistant profi'ssorof genetics at lire lini- ical in Duailc. Calif.; ami Dr. 1.. JIarlwoll of the I'ni- versily of Washington, in Se- COUEGE SHOPPING MALL 2011, Avo. ciiul Mayor Moyrtilli Oriwn Upon Daily 9 ti.m, 6 p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 n.m, lo 9 p.m. Telephone 327.2243 attle Tho II of I, and Ilic I.rlh- bridge Ki'search Slalidii nrn or- lire meel. Or. 10. H. icrsily of Albcrla unlil ho join-i Wafionaiir anrl Dr. .Naka- cd lire 1IIIC zoology department j miirn of the dep a r I m e n I nl biological sciencos, along with nil MHsrmkrn Dr. Mali-Dim MrDonalrl am] Illlby l.ai-.sun of the I.elhbridiJe He.scarch Station are Iho core of Iho organizallonal commit- tee. and has been erilical of lire -seeming lack of concern of many in the aron n( Hi1 crilic of current scientific ac- tivities, and is particularly con- cerned Ih.'it Ihorc .should bo sonic means of screening new clreink'al uruducts and soino riv raivh goals (hoy arc k-l loose on the publio. lie cites DDT and birth con- genetic engineering. Remember 'MOM' on her day May 14fh With n Beauliful POTTED PLANT DAN'S GREENHOUSES Hwy. 3 East of Slocliyords Phone 327-3271 ;